January 29th, 2012
02:05 PM ET

Paper Sacks Yale Quarterback

Jane Hall, an Associate Professor of Journalism at American University, talks to Howard Kurtz about press coverage of sexual assault allegations against a former Yale quarterback, as well as separate allegations against a local news anchor in New York City.

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    If women could not anonymously make bogus rape allegations with little in the way of punishment, there would not be so many such allegations. The Internet can be a useful tool for revealing the names of such women.

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